NCCEE Program Supporters

Since 1970, the North Carolina Council on Economic Education (NCCEE) has relied on the support of various organizations to provide the programs we offer to schools and teachers across the state. Each of our program supporters and partners has a passion for helping teachers and students learn skills that will last a lifetime, and many of them contribute to the NCCEE Board of Directors as well.

The following is a list of organizations, foundations, and businesses that have provided support to NCCEE and the work we do in North Carolina.

  • Ally Financial
  • Bank of America, Merrill Lynch
  • BB&T Charitable Foundation
  • Broyhill Family Foundation
  • Capital Bank
  • Carroll Financial
  • Coastal Credit Union
  • Coastal Credit Union Foundation
  • Council for Economic Education
  • Dickson Foundation for Excellence in Education
  • Duke Energy Foundation
  • Fidelity Investments
  • First Bank
  • First Citizens Bank
  • Foundation for Financial Planning
  • NC Department of Public Instruction
  • NC Department of the Secretary of State
  • NC Mutual Life
  • Pershing, BNY Mellon
  • Piedmont Advantage Credit Union
  • PNC
  • Prudential
  • Prudential Financial
  • Reynolds American
  • Scott & Stringfellow, a Subsidiary of BB&T
  • SIFMA Foundation
  • Square 1 Bank
  • State Farm
  • The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Charlotte Branch
  • Truliant Federal Credit Union
  • US Bancorp®
  • Wells Fargo Foundation

Become A Program Supporter

If you’re considering becoming a supporter of the North Carolina Council on Economic Education, we’d love to hear from you! Please email Sandy Wheat to learn more about becoming one of our donors for education. We’re always looking for more ways to partner to achieve your philanthropic goals as they relate to the mission of NCCEE.

We’re always looking for more academic sponsors to help us achieve our goals.

Education Donations

Interested in donating to NCCEE? Donating to our non-profit organization is a great way to contribute to the advancement of economic and financial education in North Carolina.


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